The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on April 25, 1963 · Page 2
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Ottawa, Kansas
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Thursday, April 25, 1963
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OTTAWA HERALD ay, April 25, 1963 Shuffling In Team Standing Southpaws' 3131 held up Ipr, first, but there was shuffling |& the runner-up rankings last fight in the Ottawa Men's Bowling Association Tournament be- lli rolled at the Royal T Lanes. siln fact there are new teams in •econd, third, fourth and fifth |Aices. <irtThe Princeton Merchants, led "TjysMelvin Stockard, took over Mcond with 3025. Melvin survived ilJ t shaky 135 start and came through with a 510. Wassmer provided the h, 543, for the Knihgts of lumbus No. 2 team which took third with 3012. ' Bienie's Garage scored a hand- yome 2698 scratch series to rank fourth with 2992. Dutch Wieneke fSfcted the best series of the tourney so far, 603, to lead Bienie's. G. Bowman contributed 559 and D. Killion 543. Colby's claimed the fifth spot in the rankings last night with » good 2533 scratch and 2969. Bill Pogue led Colby's with 574, and H. Peffly's 514 and M. Allen's 528 helped. One of the solid teams in Ottawa leagues, Todd's Mobile Homes, fell short of expectations and wound up far down in the standings with 2752. Bill Wenthe, however, salvaged something for the Toddmen with a 584 series which included a 220 line. After fifth-place Colby comes Crites and McCracken with 2951, Hensiek Grocery with 2934, Fore- ."nibst Dairy with 2920, LL&B Oil- •ers with 2919 and Ottawa Times 'with 2900. * : Hie tournament team event con- :tinues tonight and tomorrow •night Singles and doubles will be I rolled on later weekends at the •Ottawa Bowl Lanes. * In action tonight will be 10 : teams at 6:30: Cheney's Markets, | Brown Hardware, Peterson Ma- itonry, Blue Moon, Litwin's, Pep :«-Cola, (RT), Dutch Boy Paints, •Jriscoe Drugs, Conrad's Paint- -ods and Colbern's, and, at 9: Kit.-Tf Clover, Pence Food Center, MUmiston's, Pepsi Cola (OB), Ot : tawa Bowl and Ottawa Insula- iton. j. Palmer * I Heads Texas | Open Field ! SAN ANTONIO, Tex. (AP)-Al A-ready conceded the Texas Open : championship without firing a ishot, Arnold Palmer started ou | today to make the forecaster I look good. ? No player ever was under more ; pressure or on a hotter spot than | golf's great man. The tournament I has been dedicated to him, offi- | dais have already predicted he'll J win it the fourth time in a row I and now all Palmer has to worry | about is a couple of score of links { hotshots who could beat his ears joff. LATE-SHIFT ROLLERS — Top bowlers for their teams in last tournament shift last night were (front row, from left, Bill Wenthe, 584; John Wassmer, 543; Bob Duffield, 528; (back row, from left) Melvin Stockard, 510; L. Akers, 525; Carl Terry, 527, and Bill Pogue, 574. TEAM LEADERS — Among better bowlers in last night's tournament action at Royal T were (from left) Joe Moody, Dutch Wieneke, who scored 603 scratch, Byron Figgins, and Clifford Fritts. (Herald Photos). US Piles Up Gold Medals In Pan Am But Palmer indicated in a pro- amateur round Wednesday that they have their work cut out for them. He shot a 6-under-par 65 and tied Johnny Pott, the young man from Gulf Hills, Miss., for » low pro score. • Palmer found the 6,775-yard 1 Oak Hills Country Club course | pretty much of a patsy but 20 j other pros were under 70 and had I the same condescending air. " The field is a strong one al• though it lacks Gary Player and : Jack Nicklaus. Seven of the 12 • leading money-winners are here ! and eight players who have won • tournaments on the tour are com• feting for the $4,300 first money. * • Bob Charles, the lefthander • from New Zealand who won the • tough Houston tournament, is • considered one of Palmer's : strongest threats. Doug Sanders, • Don January, Jack Burke and • Dan Sikes are others. : There were 161 in the field that • moved out today in the opening : 18 holes of the $30,000 tournament. SAO PAULO, Brazil (AP) America's array of stars was poised today for more Pan-American Games glory after plucking 19 gold medals during the first five days of this fourth neighbor vs. neighbor athletic carnival. A big splurge for gold medals is expected tonight from U.S. swimmers, who already own five of Uncle Sam's firsts in the Games which end May 5. The swimming aces are odds-on favorites to harvest four more gold medals in the finals of thej men's 200-meter butterfly and the women's 200 breaslstroke, 100 freestyle and 400 freestyle. If they are successful, U.S. athletes will have bagged at least 13 gold medals in two days, a gesture which would pretty well confirm what everyone is already thinking—that America is going to outclass completely all other countries in this year's Pan-American Games. No other country had more than one gold medal after Wednesday's action. The Americans put on dazzling displays Wednesday, a day good for nine gold medals, in women's springboard diving, wrestling rifle and pistol shooting, weigh- lifting, baseball and men's and women's basketball. A couple of U.S. tennis stars, Darlene Hard of Long Beach, Calif., Carole Caldwell of Santa Monica, Calif., provided the day's disappointment. Both lost in the women's singles semifinals. Yolanda Ramirez of Mexico eliminated Miss Hard 2-6, 6-3, 6-4, and Maria Bueno of Brazil defeated Miss Caldwell fi-4, 6-1. Barbara Ellen McAlister of Phoenix, a nifty 21-year-old bru- nette secretary, touched off the gold medal parade Wednesday by winning the 3-meter springboard diving championship for the Yank ees, who in addition to gold med als have 10 silver and nine bronze medals. The wrestlers grabbed three gold medals Wednesday night Missouri Gets A Tall Man COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP)-George Moore, 6-foot-8, 210-pounder from ranite City, 111., has signed a letter of intent to enroll at th Jniversity of Missouri next fall Bob Vanatta, Mizzou coach, saic Tuesday Moore averaged 22.6 points a game his senior year lifting almost 60 per cent of his ield shots. "He is agile and can score :rom outside or inside," Vanatta said. 1223 Best In Army Doubles INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - A pair of bowlers from Ft. Riley, Kan. hold the doubles lead at the half way mark in the six-game 5th Army Bowling Tournament here Charles Eddy and Stan Duch rolled 1,223 for three games. Blood-line Bred Hybrids Produced by V EARL MAY SEED CO., Shenadoah, Iowa See your MAYGOLD Dealer WILLARD JOHNSON D. V. SPAULDING Pomona, Kans. Richmond, Kans. For Insurance On dwellings, household goods, buildings and automobile See Dean Berlin, Agent 109 E Second Phone CH 2-2804 OU Netters Shut Out By E-State Ottawa University tennis players lost a match to Emporia State Teachers College at Emporia yesterday, 9-0. Here are summaries: SINGLES Slaikeu of Ottawa lost to Coker of E-State, 6-3, 6-3. Holstrom of Ottawa lost to Evans of E-State, 3-6, 7-5, 6-0. Edwards of Ottawa lost to Bean of E-State, 6-1, 6-3. Ellsworth of Ottawa lost to Bridges of E-State, 6-1, 7-9, 6-2. Hammond of Ottawa lost to Bristol of E-State, 6-1, 6-1. Jones of Ottawa lost to Reed of E-State, 10-8, 6-4. DOUBLES Slaikeu and Ellsworth of Ottawa lost to Coker and Bridges of E-State, 6-1, 6-3. Holstrom and Edwards of Ottawa lost to Bean and Evans of E-State, 6-4, 6-3, 6-4. Hammond and Jones of Ottawa lost to Bristol and Reed, 6-4, 36, 6-2. Scoreboard By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American League W. L. Pet. G.B. Kansas City .... 9 5 .643 — Chicago 7 4 .639 Vi Baltimore 8 5 .615 Va New York 6 5 .545 1% Detroit 7 7 .500 2 Boston 6 6 .500 2 Cleveland 5 6 .455 2% Los Angeles .... 6 8 .429 3 Minnesota ..... 5 9 .357 4 Washington .... 4 8 .333 4 Wednesday's Results Chicago 6, New York 4 (12 innings) Detroit 4, Los Angeles 3 (15 innings) Kansas City 5, Baltimore 0 Minnesota 6, Washington 4 Cleveland 2, Boston 0 Today's Games Los Angeles at Detroit Kansas City at Baltimore (N) Minnesota at Washington (N) Only games scheduled Friday's Games Kansas City at Washington (2 twi-night) Minnesota at Detroit (N) Los Angeles at Baltimore (N) Only games scheduled. National League W. L. Pet. G.B St. Louis 10 5 .667 Pittsburgh 8 5 .615 1 San Francisco 9 6 .600 1 Milwaukee 9 7 .563 1% Los Angeles ... 9 7 .563 1% Philadelphia ... 7 7 .500 2% Chicago 7 8 .467 3 Cincinnati 5 7 .417 3% New York 5 9 .357 4% Houston 4 12 .250 6& Wednesday's Results New York 2, Chicago 0 St. Louis 4, San Francisco 3 Pittsburgh 6, Philadelphia 4 Milwaukee 4, Houston 3 Los Angeles 7, Cincinnati 0 Today's Games New York at Chicago St. Louis at San Francisco Cincinnati at Los Angeles (N) Milwaukee at Houston (N) Only games scheduled Friday's Games Philadelphia at Chicago New York at Pittsburgh (N) Cincinnati at Houston (N) St. Louis at Los Angeles (N) Milwaukee at San Francisco (N) 5th Straight NBA Title For Celtics NEW PITTSBURG COACH Paul Lambert, 28, has been named head basketball coach at Pittsburg State College. He has been freshman coach at Drake University the last three yean. OU Golfers Beaten By Baker Ottawa University's golf team took it on the chin yesterday at the Country Club links, losing to Baker in a dual meet by a score of 15 to 6. Points were based on match play with one point for front nine, one point for back nine and a point for medal play. Low score was shot by Baker's Al Krueger who carded a 77. Ottawa's low man was Don Bohling who shot an 80 after 3-putting five greens. Here are the matches, Baker players first: Herron 82, Bohling 80. Krueger 77, Thummel 97. Swanson 91, Moore 88. Bassel 84, Utterback 85. Jones 91, Duni 91. Hayes 99, Mercer 109 Loidolt 84, Caramagno 116. Machine Fails WICHITA, Kan. (AP) — George countant Ben Witherspoon recently ran a routine audit of 13 places which handle municipal cash. Books balanced at 12 where em- ployes handle the money. The 13th was 90 cents short. It's a change making machine at a city parking lot. Athletics Nail Orioles, Lead League By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Missouri teams, playing on opposite ends of the country, "showed em" Wednesday as they wound up in the same place- First place. The St. Louis Cardinals climbed atop the National League standings with a 4-3 victory over the Giants in San Francisco. Kansas City looked down at nine American League teams after its 5-0 triumph at Baltimore. Curt Simmons pitched the Cardinals to their fourth straight victory, giving them a one-game lead over the Giants. The left- handed master of the change of speeds proved too much in the clutch for the Giants, who left three men on third and one on second. Simmons (3-0) scattered nine hits, including five doubles. St. Louis bunched four of its seven safeties in a four-run sixth. Dick Groat doubled home two tallies and Bill White and George Altman each singled in runs. Orlando Pena was even better for the A's. He stranded 10 Orioles and worked out of three late inning jams for a 10-hit shutout. His record also is 3-0. Pena's worst inning was the sixth, when two Oriole runners were thrown out at the plate. Kansas City scored a run in the seventh off loser Mike McCormick and clinched the victory with four in the ninth off Stu Miller. Ed Charles drove in two runs. Wayne Causey, Gino Cimoli and Norm Siebern took care of the other three. LOS ANGELES (AP)-The Boson Celtics, combining • rtsolu- ion to win with the wisdom of 'old age," proved Wednesday night that they still dominate me National Basketball Association. They gained their fifth consecutive NBA title by taking the playoff series with the Los Angeles Lakers, 4 games to 2. They beat the Lakers 112-109 in the sixth game, mainly on a very hot second period in which they outscored Los Angeles 33-17. The Lakers began narrowing the gap in the second half, got as close as one point, and men Tom Heinsohn stole a pass from Jerry West to Rudy LaRusso, dribbled the length of the court, and sank a layup. It was the big play of the game, agreed both coaches, Red Auerbach of Boston and Fred Schaus of Los Angeles. It boosted Boston's lead to 106-102, and while the Lakers battled back, Heinsohn killed their hopes by sinking four free throws as Los Angeles fouled trying to get the ball. "This was a very satisfying win," Auerbach said as he hurried his squad into their clothes, for a late plane connection to Boston. "So many people were saying we were a bunch of old men. But with Bill Russell around ... well, he's simply great, that's all." MARTIN (formerly Elliott's) Wholesale Electrical Supplies NEW LOCATION 117 E. 2nd CH 2-2705 The Herald pays $5 every week for the best news tip turned in by a reader. GILLETTE ^ Super Power Bar ^ • Tractor Tires • J See Us for J J FAST, EFFICIENT J J TIRE SERVICE J J on All Tractors! J T 110 West 4th St T T Right Down Town T * s supply, inc. 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